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Centralia Sentinel (Newspaper) - December 21, 1865, Centralia, Illinois CENTRALIA 1 PUBLISHED BV O. D. MARION 06., ILL. OFFICE os RATES OF 1 MO. 2 MO. 3MO. CM 12 One Two 10'00 I 20.00 Four I i la 25.00 I I 1 I 50.00 i i I j 50.00j_ one Ono inch or 10 Vices of Minion make a 25 per cent additional will be for Easiness Notices in Local column 20 coots a. BATES Attorneys at Solicitors in and United States Claim Aerate office over Merkel's opposite the Station E. N. 0. A. for I. C. R. Co. A. F. A. M. Tilar communications of 201 F. and A. M. are Minnie on th first and tbird of each A cordial extended to W. J. Cornet of f on ay Our new And well built U furnished with nil tli improvements of the Real Estate C. Co. 0 Builders Shop North of 1'omkin Ware Stores fitted up short no Plans and to 105tf Office in on Sorth -T H. in P first irest of H TU. Vol. MARION Dec. 21, 1865. No. 134. S. and dealer in all kinds ot Coffins always on or made promptly to Shop on 1st South a few doors weat of Kohl 111., Oct. 12, 125-tf SEW HAYING recently bought the well known sland of Logan in laving added largely to the are now prepared all hinds ol TJ IEt 35i AT THE LOWEST CASH Butli Partners of the firm being practical Cabinet they feel competent to GUARANTEE A GOOD in even thing they offer for They are also pre- MANUFACTURE TO ORDER any of Furniture COFFINS of al including Ml E T A L I C Kept constantly on the op the 1 WIGHT Commission Lake South Water Chicago 11., where wa increased facilities for tho sale anil age of High Broom Corn of JV attention paid to P. 0. Gold Goods WEBSTER WOULD inform the citizens of tr ilin ind that they are now opening an entire new stoek ot Spring of Dry Bools and lints and Dress of which were bought .it reduced and will be sold as the Cuil and fee our Kew in Building n First Ills offers Ms sen ices to the of in all branchy of the H nearly experience in the old and new of JL hope of my up ri opposite Jan. W. H. Locust Dr. Marsha 11's old stand 111. 6m. E- B. M. D. Surgeon and Will his attention to tha duties of its various branches in this City and vicinity the Machine B. H. and and residence on 1st North a few doors West of the 111. XEW GROCERY ON LOCUST Old Coiner opposite the Post M. A. BEGS leave to Inform her friends and the public generally that has opened a store in with a FRESH and LARGE Assortment of FAMILY ground round grade and Salt Wooden and Willow in fact everything in tlic Grocery may he ound their Yf c e a good stock of Confection in intend to Keep everything yon in our line Groceries tor the PrOv t- lons for the hungry for the young and Toys for the Call and onr tlock you will have reason to and Office on str ono door south of Brick C. Dealer in Dry Boots and 6ho Willow Chestnat Station 111. S. will tend to all matters Attorney at will carefully and at- 1 to liim m 1'nc A. Of the firm Bates Attorney nt Notary Claim nnd for the Oak Life Co. opposite the Post Attorneys nt Will practice in the of Clay and General Collecting promptly attended Claim Agent j office on Locust next door south of Howie's 111- Chestnut ly opposite the Station A good Livery connected inth Manufacturer of IV and dealer in Stoves rind corner oi Chestnut and 1st South north of and Shoes manufactured to with neatness and one door Bools Repairing si Cm D. and in Wines and and of Pure Cider 7iuegaf. 1st North Oak and Locust sUv Federal Union Chestnut the Station opened by Charles on Chestnut Strict doer below will always bo ready and pleased to wait on his c is 13. removed to the o and Hoory in their liquors and of tho Respectfully dedicated to the very numerous of tattlers and gossips of with the hope that they will read and reflect j will add and SID no for it would i folly to expect could there in this world bs found Some little spot of happy Where village pleasures might go round Without the Hovi doubly that would all might dwell fn Of endless prattling If such a spot were really Dame might claim it as it she might fis her throne Forever and like a might reign and Where every one would soon forgive The little slight they might And be offended The mischief makers that remote Fur from our hearts the of And lead ua all to disapprove What gives another to take one's but when e heard our then them all Mixed with poisonous And they have such a cunning way Of telling mention what I I pray I would not tell Straight to their neighbor's house Narrating ev ery thing they And break the peace of high and Ion friend and Chat mischief-making Were nil reduced to vne or And they were painted red or blue That cry one might know Then would tho village soon forget To rage and fume and Anil fall into an angry pet With things too much below For 'tis a degrading To make another's bosom Anil plant a dagger in tile heart We ought to e and Then let us evermore bo found In quietness witli all and And angry At VAX 2, North Oak St. DEALER IN PORE DRUGS Patent Toilet SO A- P S Hair mill Billet School and Blank PHOTOGRAPH ujy comprising every article generally kopt by GATES GRANDFATHER HAPPY'S A STORY FOJt Happy met wilt bis com- pany of hule folks after a long greeting them a hearty to which the children responded my dear said grand- am glad to meet you foi I see that our company is the same as when we separated Each ing wilh health ana and not at all as some might by being bronzed the It purchased the entire stock ol the late firm of 1'nge in S NEAR THE nnd having AND the now offer Rare Inducements to Our of in fact and our prices will compare favorably with any other in of All goods delivered to uny part of city free of GATES July O. REAL ESTATE ASD TAX PAYING Li Circuit Clerk's Office in Court to Taxes and redeeming and TOHTI Lots from Tax Sales examining 121-tf JOSEPH ZINGG Shop on Chestnut opposite tho Station 1 123 1m ould many days to relate yout rambles in the your excursions on land and and all the pleasing eties of life in summer if jou should to tell me UNS each sun-bronzed tint was have had a which I spent in the country and though I did not run abou in the I have had many pleas ant hours while walking through green or resting under the shade of trees My rambles have been mostly early in the or near On one oc casion I started off in the afternoon am Ending the weather and a genii breeze bearing the fragrance of seemed to return of youthful life and ardor for I walked so briskly that I soon found myself at a greater dis- tance from home than my usual evening walk in the prescribed timo would allow me to At length the road led up a which a boy might scamper iver in a but my old limbs re- minded me that I was no longer 80 ous as I felt a Jew minutes and dis- a pleasant sort of Upon reaching the summit ot tho I sat down on a flat stone which formed a pleasant seat under the shade of a chestnut and reflected on the of returning when I war by a litlle boy who sat on a bough just over my Tho little fellow quickly got down must have watched me com- ing up the and walk a few steps down on the other side to our ybu can have a drink of nice cool water from the I thanked tho litlle fellow for his kind offer and followed him to a whitewashed cottage in the midst of a cluster of bushes and running to a girl about twelve years of who made her ance at the door as we an old gentleman who wants a of fresh spring give me the Off he and returned in a moment with a pail of cold spring Pouring out 3 tin cup be gave it tome with the est All this time the girl stood by with a sort of not at all strange under the I drank the refreshing I said arc a young my little girl where is father and are away to she replied works for a farmer in summer and only comes home on Saturday ry work at a place about half a mile from She will soon be milting Fied and I keep together while father and mother are said Fred is a good buy from tho kind way in which he treated an old man whom he thought was tired and and a happy 100, if I am not very much How is it speak he can't say that I'm always though father and mother are so kind to and as I'm only nine years I much When I weed tho garden and do whatever sinter needs me to I like to go oat and sit the boughs of that chestnut and look away down over the and see the nice houses and farms all Then I wish some of and think I'd be happier if 1 owned I mean to go to the cityt when I'm old and earn lots of The little fellow made these remarks in such an earnest manner lhat I could not clp laughing when hu Then I so that chesnut tree is your astle in and while you arc sitting ipon the bough and looking out a hundred ittle fairies come gliding around some hold little mirrors before your 3yes reflecting splendid houses and fine supposed to make people clasp a circle and lance each one stopping to a word iu youi car of sotne oy as be until your head and it you did not have a firm old on the you might tumble These little fairies arc called and arc so accommodating that they will at- enil any person who will give them all his at any you was waited upon by these ittle fairies when I came up tho just that these little fairies assisted you lo get up to a castle high M the air without any and only sustained by them as they whirled round and round you become Then when you were spinning around on the top of your a giant should come in sight these litlle fanciful fairies would nil take light and scamper off to hide in any crack large enough to hold they are the greatest cowards in the leaving jou to tumble down at die mercy of this who is a deadly enemy to these and is called suppose that I was the giant instead of allowing you to tumble and get I should lake you in my arms when the cattle gave And afterwards I present you with a curious littie ment that would prevent from carrying you up to a dangerous height I should require you to keep llii little instrument constantly This litlle instrument is composed of gieat little wheels glistening sparkling like some delicate spider webs and they are constantly mov ing with great should tell you not to put this instru ment in your but keep it suspend ed by a golden around your neck and look al it when you saw ihe little fan cies If you did half a doz en of these Fancies would throw a fev grains of the instru ment and stop its so that would have control over you instrument is called Occupation although il would serve as a to repulse the liule ye might cause you to got in greater evil than the little Fancies would Jead to if you not keep it inclosed in a pure called If you did no this sn. il fairy Selfishness would take charge of it am control it to suit and make work for him as a slave does for a said when he had listened attentively about the fairies this is true Consider me as tho giant Re- as I came up the hill and put the tle Fancies to And if will low my directions you will be saved from a great Always be or er either in or Don't laugh now children when 1 say occupied in Some people very that placing means Xot in the it is quite as necessary to health in as rest from business with men and tbc case called Correctness ways on Occupation and you will be happy .my mortal can. Never lot Selfishness control your Occupation it always leads to When yon are you will read iu history how some men have been occupied in satisfying the demands of selfishness by the means of and you will always find they were no ter than yon will read about men whose lives have been spent in deeds of and ever busy doing and consequently Freddy was very attentive when I promised that he would try and attend to my and thus get rid of the little And I promised to call again in a few I did taking with me a little packet of books as a present I confess that I felt It wap Naturally It was a good place to vent prayer can be cn as one It i standing on ihe brink of pre- i paring one's self for taking a long farewell j of the stars and the of the of and After a long time we came to a chamber i dug out on cacb braced with timbers and here mortar made and brick We did not The figures on the wall showed that we unhealthy and tha little boys who roam about through the were feet under the and still the victims of bad So Freddy I the black pipe was 1, thought he had great cause lo be back whence There was after living in the country j turning Again we passed thing pleasant He was showed we were during matiy rambles fect from the It was torty feet and I him ready to improve tbo and the water is forty feet opportunity of learning and j have wondered al the stories eu- lhat the liule Fancies censed to visit said people are very likely to be assailed by these troublesome little fairies called in the Arabian It hag no such story as The ed. and still the waVes we roil Jon. especially when they have whai is a long time the ears went A called spare I hope my little circle j fow words were and we saw will always remember the instrument We and found men the giaut the ease Cor- and the evil fairy so that you may avoid the bad consequences about by the by UNDER LAKE MICHIGAN for He was delighted with I o told him about the liltle boys And tho in factories in m York One day I was in and thought ought to the I was told nut I could see the shore but vould not let any body go 1 did jO and I saw the whole liis privilege I am indebted to Mr. ne of the my journey bere were times when I doubled about ts being much of a Mr. Rose ook me to a near nine o'clock at A sort of elevator filled it. and it s by an with a strong They had been bringing up w hich is sold at ten cents a The two miners stopped on the brm of the One was named Edward lie inspected the brick foe the and examines every The city keeps at least n the tunnel every moment to watch the and to guard against bad woik and For there is Of is. Il U in they come or which rise up in he bottom of the At that limo they had advanced about three of The waves oi Lake Michigan are over When steamboats pass thuy plainly hear the working of the engine and the The miners told me they were and pointed lo the place on the platform where I was to It was something like the they hang and a ropo was but foi another Then we Thp ivas swift It seventy to the and we soon reached it The tunnel was not r than a good-sized It was profoundly dart Out of it came damp Leading into the tunnel is a railroad and stood ono of the cars on which they haul lime and Usually they have a but theie was none thai One miner sat on the front of the cm lamp in his They gave me a tlo to sit I partly sat ami ted on iho middle of the The arch above was so low I had to or would have The other er was to He bent pushed tho Then we Immediately a blast out of the I almost I had but I knew then was fun and I would not be After we bad gone a few rocis one of the men said weie under the lake I asked him bow far it was to He said it nas about The lamps flared in die and almost went The car its echoes through the tunnel like a constant peal of On tho right side of iho every five the distance marked in At the upper turn of tue arch a made of sheet through which the en- gine drew the bad air out of the Not only is there bad but find inflammable Once they took fire there was a great light through the and man was badly but he still seemed no cud to ibis blayk to the black nor to the as we rolled through the damp It was the blackness of darkness be- and same The scene was like that in a sick likea mare in which there is no relief and no Unless a man's duty lead him he can have no business Had I not to describe ihe place 1 would not have dreamed of going Ono can visit no other place in the world where he may be suddenly cut off from human Should they strike a vein of the waters rush immediately they roar through the they pass beyond they rise in the and be will be seen uo Some say that if ono can swim well ho may be lie will swim with the advancing and will rise in the but such will be the pressure of the lhat he will be propelled with the velocity of a cannon and he will be thrown out of tho in a monstrous jet of water and Should he escape the chances are that he will be torn to pieces bv striking against ths sides of the or bo tened into a mass a a chamber making was A man brought a broken hoe to one the miners came with me it was his He never so shocked to hear an thought And yet I was that nol long ago two men got to lighting and one killed the other left the car and went We could al work in This feet the water and is only Then we reached the spot where ihe masons weie laying hail to pass a mortar and il so the space It was difficult to get con- me 1 lold him I did not about going I must see whole of since I bad come so We passed by Ihe side a dirt 15 or 20 feet and to man were picking and shoveling jn hard I lemember uting up a was damp but I could not have seen much ray not 1 know I talked a -I bado them good and what I then happened to GoJ per the work because they were engaged in getting pure Then we went back by the masons and thote making and was on the I was glad to I was glad accident happened At lasl we ed the land the elevator was 1. and was the Mr. Hoie waiting in the o and said 1 had been down only about an It me a handsome young applied te a her of three distressing hich she was the first said she I have little What I take for thai you should take air Doctor 1 am quite fidgety at night lime and afraid to be I take fgr that? For that madam I can only mend that you take a Fie But I have ihe bluen Wheat shall I lake fur For that madam you besides and a thn Sensible a man cheat thee shame on him j if he cheats twice shame on If a man deceives him not again If he insults go away If lie thiash like If jou have lost your credit be ous and you will regain it. If you have be honest and anil quire If you have good lake of and if you have gel one If you take a newspaper in jour own and pay for rest you are A model wife nil in gentle as a yet high-soaring as a humble below her yet ing beyond the of panegyric au exact economist in all superfluity yet a mosl dispenser in all ihe chief of her tho fairest pillar of her and Ihe flower of her in all site sense to ment to discretion to ness to to perseverance to and tion lo trouble another for what you can do 3. Never spend your money before you have it. 4. Never bay what you do not want because it is il be dear to 5. Pride costs us more lhan and 6. We never repent of having calen 7. is that we do 8. How have the have never ccst 9. Take things always by their 10. When count ten before if very a hundred Are you a Christian Indin or be i made by the VI UU 11 j against the sides of tho a benevolent gentleman one ot tac asunder in ihe whirlpool Chippewa an- iK t II I
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